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are about to take a pounding. and this hail in new mexico is just one sign of what's to come. >>> slow ride. thousands line the streets of los angeles as the space shuttle "endeavour" moves to its retirement home. it's a 2-day, 12-mile trip, costing $10 million. we're live this morning, showing you what it takes to move a spacecraft when it's here on earth. >>> the bridal bandit. caught on tape. police are looking for a woman accused of ripping off a wedding gown worth 5 grand. and wait until you see who she has with her at the time. >>> and love lessons. taylor swift talks about her relationships past and present, in her most candid interview yet. what does she really think of john mayer? and did she really kidnap a kennedy? the country darling opens up. >>> do you want to repeat that on-air, dan, what you just said? >> i'm getting abused here. >> this is my jam is what dan harris said. >> even news anchors get a little emo at times, people. >>> with three days until the next presidential debate, team obama is soliciting celebrity help this morning. what role will bruce springsteen and mor
're live from roswell, new mexico. they've just now given the weather clear. ginger zee has done a lot of crazy stuff for the sake of this broadcast. what do you think? >> right after felix does it. >> he's setting the bar high. >> that's the proper attitude of caution. >>> who says becoming a parent means giving up any daredevil indulgences? one dad satisfied his need for speed with this souped up stroller. peter, i hope you're not watching. >>> we're going switch gears. beginning with the breaking news out of colorado and the hunt for a child predator. police are investigating an attempted abduction overnight, following the disappearance and murder of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. no word if there is a connection yet. an entire community is on edge. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: in a community attempted abduction, just 12 miles down the road from where jessica ridgeway was killed. someone tried to snatch a 13-year-old boy. his mom snapped a picture of this car. >> i think all children should pay attention to what they're doing. >> reporter: there is sadness, anger, fear.
goal, to free fall farther and faster than any human ever. we're live from roswell, new mexico. in fact, they've just now given the weather clear for this, and ginger zee, our meteorologist, has done lots of crazy stuff for the sake of this broadcast. this is her next thing. what do you think? >> right after felix does it. we'll see how it goes first. >> he's setting the bar high. >> that's the proper attitude of caution. >>> and who says becoming a parent means giving up any daredevil indulgences? well, we'll introduce you to one dad who satisfied his need for speed with this souped up stroller. his plans for it may surprise you. peter, i hope you're not watching this at home right now. >> he's angling for the cover of "bad parenting" magazine. >> yeah. >> all right. well, we are going to switch gears and begin with that sad search for just disin colorado and the hunt for a child predator. a community is in mourning and on edge this morning following the disappearance and murder of jessica ridgeway. they have no suspects but creating the profile of a killer on the loose. here's abc's c
in roswell, new mexico. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. you're right. we all watched him leave from here. and everyone was holding their breath. you know i'm not much of a numbers guy. but i have to throw this out. 833 miles per hour. that's how fast he was going. some 100 miles an hour faster than he thought he would. more than enough to break the sound barrier and the record. it took that capsule with the daredevil known as fearless felix aboard 2 1/2 hours to reach the edge of space. dangling from a 55-story balloon, the 43-year-old peacefully soared above the new mexico desert, four-times higher than most passenger jets fly. on the way up, he hears a single voice. 84-year-old joe kittinger. >> okay, here we go. >> reporter: the only other man who knows what it's like to free fall from more than 100,000 feet. >> okay, felix, it gets serious. >> reporter: kittinger tells him it's time to open the capsule door. >> there it is. there's the world out there. >> reporter: suddenly, his legs are hanging out. >> release seat belt. >> reporter: felix is slow to resp
to the hospital along the u.s./mexico border overnight in arizona. we have the latest on this breaking story for our viewers in the west. >>> swimming with tigers. you heard that right. tigers. watch as these performers get up close and personal with these massive predators. how it's creating a scary splash. >> oh! >> and buckle up! he's tried to eat his own wrist cast, run for president, and tackled at the emmys. now, he's about to get wild and crazy in times square. stephen colbert is getting ready right now to make over "gma." >> i'm going to make "good morning america" the best morning america. ♪ >>> and stephen colbert joining team robin. we are all braced for that, as you know, robin is recovering from a bone marrow transplant. lara is off. welcome back to elizabeth vargas. these are pictures right now from hong kong. horrific ferry collision there. 37 dead right now. the crew of the ferry has been arrested. we're going to have the details in that coming up. >> what an amazing disaster. >>> we also have an astonishing car accident caught on tape. one of the world's most expensive sup
. >>> we're learning more about the killing of a u.s. border patrol agent along the mexico/arizona border on tuesday. nicholas ivie, a husband and father of two children. abc's cecilia vega is along the border right now. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: josh, good morning. this is one of the famous drug trafficking corridors. one of the most famous on the entire border. for that reason, investigators suspect what happened to agent ivie could be connected to narco trafficking. this morning, these hills in arizona, just three miles from the u.s./mexico border remain a crime scene. the land so rugged, so steep, helicopters have joined the hundreds of federal and local officers hunting for whoever killed border patrol officer nicholas ivie. >> agent ivie died in the line of duty. >> reporter: two others on patrol with ivie made it out alive. one agent was shot twice but is expected to survive. another, uninjured. this dangerous stretch of border is known for human trafficking and drug smuggling. the flow of drugs is so pervasive, traffickers called it cocaine alley. this morning, as they s
that the border patrol agent killed on duty near the arizona/mexico border this week may have been the victim of friendly-fire. nicholas ivie was shot in what's called cocaine alley in arizona. two are around arrest in mexico. sources are looking closely whether ivie was accidentally shot by a fellow officer. >>> and police in san antonio say it is a miracle no one was killed when the school bus you see there plunged 15 feet off of a highway overpass, landing on the doorstep of a hotel. the bus, crashing through the concrete barrier after hitting a car above. two adults and one child was hurt. but they are okay. >>> and first in the very macho world of boxing. fighter orlando cruz has come out and calls himself, and i quote, a proud, gay man. he is the number four featherweight of the world. he had doubts about making the announcement but wants to be true to himself. in advance of a title fight, in fact. >>> finally, beekeepers in eastern france cannot give their honey away today. why? you ask. their bees are producing this, batches of honey in shades of blue and green. it turns out, a nearby
that was killed near the mexico border was likely the victim of friendly-fire. investigators found that 30-year-old nicholas ivie's death and the death of another agent, were probably an accidental shooting by an agent. >>> and american airlines says, all of its boeing 757s will be back in service today. american took all 48 of the jets out of service to fix a problem causing seats to come loose. some of the seats in mid-flight. the airline was forced to cancel dozens of flights to change a bolt that holds down the seats in that aircraft. >>> and conflicting reports out of china this morning about a possible strike at a factory that makes the new iphone. the manufacturer foxconn is denying that workers have walked out. saying production has not been interrupted. this follows a report by a labor watch group claiming as many as 4,000 workers are striking because of increased quality control demands. >>> and a massive car pileup on a florida highway has left dozens of people injured. there were 12 crashes involving 47 vehicles. 54 people were injured, 2 critically. the accident shut down a stretch
. >> reporter: already crews from the gulf of mexico to iowa are in their trucks, driving to the east coast in front of sandy's wrath. how bad could it be? believe it or not, this guy thinks he has an idea. a researcher at johns hopkins, he's put together a model, predicting, how many of us may lose power. remember, irene left 7 million without power. >> our model suggesting 10 million. >> reporter: roughly 10 million without power for a week or more. if 50 million feel the effects of this, that's 1 in 5, could be without electricity. if you're inland, think again, it could be a bad one. dan and bianna. >> it will go well inland. david kerley, thank you for your reporting. >>> another breaking story we're watching closely. a massive earthquake off the west coast triggered a tsunami warning in hawaii. our worst fears quelled for now at least. on our affiliate reports. >> very serious situation in hawaii earl yi this evening. the civil service calling for a evacuation of the low-lying areas. caused by the 7.7 earthquake in canada. >> they're seeing the waves come in. it's still going to be a
. >> that's a good new jersey rule, if it looks stupid, it is stupid. >> reporter: already crews from mexico to iowa are in their trucks driving to the east coast in front of sandy's wrath. so how bad could it be? believe it or not, this guy thinks he has an idea, a researcher at johns hopkins has put together a model predicting how many of us may lose power. remember, irene left 7 million without electricity. >> our model is suggesting roughly 10 million. >> reporter: 10 million who could be without power for a week or more. so we're talking about 50 million people may feel the effects of this storm. that means one in five potentially could see their lights go out. so if you're inland, and you don't think that these waves and this coastal impact is going to affect you, think again, it could be a bad one, dan and bianna. >> it will go well inland. we know that. from the meteorologists. david kerley, thank you for your reporting this morning. >>> meanwhile, 5,000 miles to the west there is another breaking story we're watching closely right now. a massive earthquake off the west coast trigger
birthday? >> dawn. >> dawn, where are you from? >> albuquerque, new mexico. >> happy birthday. thanks for spending it with us. good morning, everybody. it's pierogi day? today's pierogi day? let's get to the happy pierogi day. we're going to start with the rain on the eastern seaboard. now, it is more south earlier in the day. by nighttime the rain is in d.c. and continues up the coastline. and most of the nation is dry. all that warm air in the west, though, is going to get a knockdown so look at l.a., 77 today, 67 on wednesday. a big change in san diego as well. even in ph >> congratulations to robin and mike who got engaged last night. robin if mike's still sleeping, that's a good sign. that's a good sign. inside to lara. >> wow. you'll explain that later, sam. >>> but first here's what goes coming up on the "gma" morning menu. nicole scherzinger is opening up for the first time for her very personal battle. but it's "melrose" monday, the cast together again and a surprise visit from one of the original stars live here in the studio. >>> also, taylor swift has a world exclusive sne
miles back to earth. ryan owens is in roswell, new mexico, with the very latest. ryan? >> reporter: aimy good morning to you. there is a reason they call him fearless felix. right now, his much anticipated jump is on hold to the high winds aloft. and if he can't jump this morning, they'll have to wait until later in the week. up until now, it's taken a supersonic jet or maybe the space shuttle to break the sound barrier. but felix baumgartner thinks he can do it with his body. the austrian daredevil will skydive from 23 miles up, the edge of space. he'll free fall at 690 miles an hour. >> we practiced this for so many years. now, we're almost there. this is my biggest dream. >> reporter: a dream that would be most of our nightmares. to get 120,000 feet above earth, the 43-year-old will hitch a ride in this capsule, attached to a balloon that's 55-stories tall. >> we're using a helium balloon to get to the stratosphere. but to get there, we have to transit the death zone. >> reporter: the pressure is so low up there, the air so thin, his lungs would actually boil. the most dangerous part
mexico. winds picked up. guess what happens then? you see the result. hard landings sent people tumbling out of their baskets. some balloons, you can see here, got stuck in power lines. thousands of people nearby lost power. no serious injuries, though, to report. >>> and finally, the highest paid player in all of baseball, alex rodriguez, has been struggling of late. so, down by one run, in a big playoff game last night, the yankees benched him, in favor of 40-year-old raul ibanez. and guess what happened in the ninth inning? get out of here. a shot to right, bottom nine, ties the game against baltimore. and then, guess what happened in the 12th inning? as people here are still struggling home, i unfortunately stayed up for every pitch. i'm working on reserves right now. the yanks go home winners. also, the a's win in dramatic fashion. st. louis, san francisco also win. playoff baseball has officially arrived, people. >> oh, man, you gotta love that finish. >> it was great. >> it really was. >>> the race for the white house. and with 26 days to go, it's time for the next big debate. the
are under fire. school districts in california and new mexico are trying to ban them. and illinois and rockford public schools where they used to sell 150,000 bags of flamin' hots each year, they've been taken off the menu. >> if children want to bring in snacks that are high in fat and high in calories, that's their choice, they can do that, but we're going be to provide those kinds of foods. >> reporter: school officials say the concern is their nutritional value or lack thereof. each of the snack-sized bags contains 26 grams of fat. and a quarter of the sodium recommended for the entire day. and on top of the artificial coloring and flavoring, they are hyper palatable, means they're highly addictive, and the notion you can't just eat one, well, there may actually be some science behind it. >> our brain is hard-wired to find things like fat and salt really rewarding. now, we have foods that have them in such high levels that could trigger an addictive process. >> reporter: dr. ashley gearhart a clinical psychologist says children are more susceptible because their bodies are stil
surviving two months in the wilderness of new mexico, no food, lots of coyotes to contend with. his owner there had given up hope until he got a call the oh day, from the company that monitors those pets tracking chips. the twice under romeo's skin had worked. a state park worker tracked him down. the joy that -- i can't imagine it. >> some love there. >> a 15-year-old dog is home again. >> that's great. >> yes, it is. >> thank you. >> loving members of our family, aren't they? >> they are, lara. >> thank you, josh. >>> let's get to "pop news." good morning. john mayer, why the long face? come on, pal. it's your 35th birthday. you're young. >> look at his face. >> you're successful. and being treated to dinner by katy perry. most men would be kicking up their heels. but john had the birthday blues during his entire date night. >> i like the look. i think that's a cute look. he can get away with a lot. let's not bury the lead here. the superstars have kept their relationship status under wraps. we have to talk about it daily on "gaa" because i kind of did. >> i know there's no follow-up. >
of it near the u.s./mexico border. >> it appears the relationship had been on the rocks for a period of time. there was a possible divorce in the offing. a lot of money involved with this relationship, as well as both families. >> reporter: police grew suspicious when qui chadwick never picked her kids up aed the bus stop. when authorities went to the home, there were signs of a struggle. a scene so gruesome, they believed qui was dead. they have not recovered the body but arrested chadwick, four miles from the border, after he called san diego police. >> mr. chadwick was in his car for about 18 hours with the body. so, it could be anywhere in southern california right now. >> reporter: california highway patrol officer was tailing chadwick's car south. and said no other passengers were in the car. his story doesn't add up. >> there's a lot of forensic evidence we recovered. there's a series of witnesses that have been interviewed. we're very confident when the facts come out in court, it's going to be very clear. >> reporter: chadwick's attorney won't comment. his client is currently being
or in the gulf of mexico in advance of a big storm. but look at what was happening outside of cleveland, ohio. guys trying to catch fresh water mavericks yesterday. had to be chased out of the water. there will be nowhere near the flooding devastation that you're seeing back in the east there. but a lot of downed trees in the midwest. a lot of broken power lines, school cancellations. 100,000 people without power in ohio. those in the midwest, get a taste of what it's like to live in hurricane country. >>> and the epicenter of this presidential campaign, hard to believe it's a week away. the coverage of that has been swamped by sandy and the superstorm. want to go to jake tapper down in orlando, florida. this has scrambled the campaign, jake. and dozens of events by both candidates has been canceled. >> that's right. president obama was here in orlando yesterday, but left before his own rally, to go back and monitor the storm coverage. we're told he stayed abreast of the coverage all day. mainly briefed by his chief homeland security adviser, john brennan. he watched the storm coverage on tel
than 20 miles back to earth. ryan owens is in roswell, new mexico, with the very latest. ryan? >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. they don't call him fearless felix for nothing. listen to what he's going to do. he's going to free fall at 700 miles per hour. just think about that. behind me is the launch pad. that's where a balloon will take him up 23 miles straight up where he will get out of his capsule, look around and somehow think it's a good idea to jump. up until now, it's taken a supersonic jet or maybe the space shuttle to break the sound barrier. but felix baumgartner thinks he can do it with his body. he will skydive from 23 miles up. the edge of space. he'll free fall at 690 miles per hour. >> we practiced this for so many years. now, we're almost there. this is my biggest dream. >> reporter: a dream that would be most of our nightmares. to get 23 miles above earth. the 43-year-old will hitch a ride in this capsule, attached to a balloon that's 55-stories tall. >> we're using a helium balloon to get to the staratosphere. but to get there, we have to handle the p
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